Erik Compton and Tommy Gainey spent some time commiserating three Saturdays ago at the McGladrey Classic, exasperated with seasons that were solid but lacking anything special.
Some 24 hours later, Gainey's scorching 10-under-par 60 left him celebrating his first PGA Tour victory.
"He shoots 60 and all of a sudden," Compton said Wednesday, "it turns a year like I've had into an extraordinary year with a win."
Hey, sometimes it only takes one. Problem is, for Compton and a few dozen others at Disney for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Classic which starts Thursday, there's only one tournament left.